Ohio State junior cornerback Jeff Okudah (1) runs onto the field prior to the game against Wisconsin Oct. 26. Ohio State won 38-7. Credit: Amal Saeed | Photo Editor

Ohio State had five players named to the Walter Camp first or second All-America team Thursday.

Junior defensive end Chase Young and junior cornerback Jeff Okudah were awarded first team honors, while sophomore quarterback Justin Fields, junior running back J.K. Dobbins and junior offensive lineman Wyatt Davis were named to the second team.

A total of 32 teams were represented on the teams, but with five players honored, Ohio State claimed the most of any program.

With their first team selections, Young and Okudah are the 19th and 20th Buckeyes, respectively, given the honor since 2012. Young’s 16.5 sacks and 1.9 tackles for loss per game both lead the nation, and Okudah’s three interceptions are the most on the Buckeyes this season.

With 50 total touchdowns, Fields is four away from tying former Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins for the conference record.

Dobbins is No. 3 in the country with 1,829 rushing yards, behind only Archie Griffin in all-time Ohio State yards on the ground.

The Buckeyes face Clemson Dec. 28 at the Fiesta Bowl in the College Football Playoff semifinal for a chance at a national championship berth.